The Medical Cannabis Clinics’ specialists are the most experienced and respected group of practitioners working with medical cannabis in the UK & Jersey today, including leading experts across Pain, Neurology and Psychiatry. All Paediatric appointments are referred to partner doctors.
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As Medical Director at TMCC, Dr Sunny Nayee holds over 15 years of experience in medicinal care.
Dr Sunny Nayee specialises in minimally invasive (non operative) pain relief for the spine and joints, as well as many other areas of chronic pain.
“My focus is on accurately diagnosing patients and then to give them the best treatment options available. I advise my patients to think of pain as a pyramid, starting off with the simple treatments first and then moving up the ladder to more invasive treatments in order to keep risks as minimal as possible.
I aim to educate and share the knowledge on the powers of medicinal cannabis, to help end the stigma that can surround using this medication.”
Dr Sunny Nayee trained at Cambridge University Medical School and has completed training rotations in some of the top teaching hospitals in the United Kingdom, including the well-renowned Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, the Royal Brompton Hospital in South Kensington and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in West London.
He has an extensive publication record, including notable research into Zinc and Brain Tumours, which was published within the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health in 2005 and in the British Journal of Nutrition in 2007.
“I had my first consultation with Dr Nayee and for the first time I felt heard and truly understood. The consultation was thorough and I had all my questions answered. Since then, although it has only been a short time, I finally feel like my old self.” – H Casey
“Dr Sunny Nayee is amazing, kind and thoughtful (not your average doctor). He comes across like he does care and he’s improving people’s lives.” – R Holmwood
“I have always been dealt with politely and professionally by everyone I have spoken with at TMCC, Dr Nayee in particular has been fantastic and is very knowledgeable.” – Pain Patient
“Dr Nayee incredibly polite, caring and helpful” – Pain Patient
“Dr Sunny Nayee is very knowledgeable, reassuring, and professional.” – G Moore
As a Consultant Psychiatrist with TMCC, Dr Luisa Searle has over fifteen years of experience in working with patients from many different backgrounds.
Dr Searle is currently the Lead Consultant for the substance misuse service in the borough of Westminster. As well as the Lead Consultant for the substance misuse service for under 25’s in the boroughs of Camden and Islington.
Dr Searle completed her core training in the London South East region, including Charing Cross and King’s College Hospitals. She received her Psychiatric Training and CCT in Adult Psychiatry and Substance Misuse from The Maudsley Hospital NHS Trust, as well as obtaining her Medical Degree from The University of Manchester.
“I have a particular interest in patients with multiple diagnoses and how these intersect and impact patient well-being. Over the years, I have had the opportunity to work in a number of different fields that have equipped me of the challenges of modern Psychiatry. I believe in understanding my patients holistically to provide the best possible outcomes for them.”
Dr Searle’s career skill highlights include assessment and management of specialist psychiatric populations such as Complex Psychiatric disorders, Patients with multiple diagnoses, General Adult Psychiatry: particularly Mood and Anxiety disorders, Substance Misuse, Perinatal substance misuse ADHD, collaborative working and cultural sensitivity.
“My experience with Dr Searle was very good, thorough and appropriate to my needs. I would highly recommend Dr Searle for any mental health enquiries, after just 6-8 weeks, I was able to give up 150mg sertraline, 5-10ml diazepam, and up to 120mg codeine(all daily), with the new medication, (approx 6 weeks)with absolutely no side effects bar a few light sleep nights.” – C Mechen
Dr Elie Okirie specialises in treating patients who live with chronic pain to improve their quality of life.
Dr Andrew Bradford
BMSc, MBChB, MSc, MD, MAPP (Psych), FRACGP, MHGI
Dr Andrew Bradford has extensive healthcare experience as a rehabilitation specialist and primary care doctor. His training includes neurological rehabilitation and the recovery of function from many different types of physical disability (acquired or degenerative injury and disease). He has experience in hospital, community, secure unit and drug-dependence services. He has worked both in the UK and Australia. He has primary care based experience managing mental and psychological ill-health.
“I have a wide range of experience in the management of physical and mental health recovery and rehabilitation. Many of the patients I have treated have found medical cannabis helpful for improving their symptoms and well-being.”
Dr Bradford has interests in integrative medicine and brief psychological interventions including solution focused, acceptance-based, cognitive and behavioural interventions.
Dr Anup Mathew
M.D., MA, MSc, BSc (Hons), MRCPsych, FHEA
DCP, MDCH, DCBH, PGCDM, PGCCE, MAcadMEd
Dr. Anup Mathew is a psychiatrist with an extensive background in medical education, mental health law and experience in alcohol and substance misuse.
Dr Mathew is a Consultant Psychiatrist for an Adult Male Rehabilitation and High Dependency Inpatient Unit within a private hospital. He is also a Community Psychiatrist in the NHS providing psychiatric support to a multi-disciplinary Primary Care Mental Health Service across East and North Kent. He completed his core training in The Royal London and Barts training scheme, his higher training in The South London and Maudsley training scheme and received his CCT in Adult and Rehabilitation Psychiatry. During both his core and higher training, Dr Mathew was a finalist for a National award by Royal College of Psychiatrists.
“My focus has always been on trying to improve the outcomes of people with mental illness.Throughout my career, I have been fortunate to have worked in a wide range of sub-specialities within mental health.This has allowed me to develop expertise in treating complex and enduring mental health conditions such as, ADHD, OCD, Emotional Dysregulation, Anxiety, Insomnia and Depression. I’m honoured to be part of the UK’s leading and most respected Medical Cannabis Clinic, working alongside a dedicated and highly skilled multidisciplinary team.”
Dr Mathew has extensive knowledge of mental health legislation having completed an MA in Medical Ethics and Law. He was appointed by the Ministry of Justice as a Medical Member of the First-tier Tribunal in the Social Entitlement Chamber which heard appeals relating to mental health related benefit decisions made by central and local government. Dr Mathew also has a special interest in PTSD and Military Psychiatry having completed an MSc in War and Psychiatry and trained with the Royal Marines Reserve.
Dr Mathew was awarded Membership of the Academy of Medical Educators and Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy following his involvement in medical education. He is a University Lecturer and was an examiner for final year medical students. He was also a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists MRCPsych Clinical Topics Panel which managed the construction of Membership examination questions. Dr Mathew is involved in research and he has published papers in international peer-reviewed journals and delivered international presentations.
As a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Addictions Faculty, Dr Mathew has qualifications and expertise in the management of alcohol and drug misuse, particularly with co-morbid mental health problems. His extensive knowledge extends to all aspects of addiction including individual brain mechanisms, behaviour and its overall effect on the family. Due to his expertise, Dr Mathew is a Medical Examiner and Health Examiner for the General Medical Council. He is tasked by the Fitness to Practice Directorate to perform an examination of a doctor’s physical and mental health when the GMC receives concerns about the doctor.
Dr Mathew holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy and he is also a qualified Medical Hypnotherapist. He incorporates a holistic approach in treatment that considers how biological, psychological and social factors impact on a person’s life and recovery journey. His work ethic has always been focused on trying to improve the outcomes of people with mental illness.
“A huge thank you for everything you’ve done for me. Having access to my medicine has made a huge improvement on my quality of life and I’ve started to develop new healthy patterns in the gaps that would usually be filled with anxiety and paranoia.” – CJM
BSc, MbChB MRPsych
Dr Rebecca Moore specialises in psychiatry with The Medical Cannabis Clinics, with a medical career spanning over twenty years. Dr Moore particularly specialises in perinatal psychiatry, postnatal depression, women’s health, anxiety and depression, PMS, birth trauma, PTSD and perinatal loss.
“I have expertise in treating anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD and psychosis in the perinatal period. I offer one off assessments or long term care. I have a special interest in Birth Trauma and PTSD after birth. I believe that cannabis has many uses in medicine , and with The Medical Cannabis Clinics we provide high quality expert review and care to give patients more choices and options for managing symptoms such as anxiety, low mood or insomnia for example.”
Dr Moore is also a guest lecturer with ‘Make Birth Better’ and a member of the Editorial Board for Motherdom Magazine. She strongly believes in working collaboratively, honestly and with kindness.
Dr Liz Iveson has been working with patients in this field for over ten years, she currently works with The Medical Cannabis clinics specialising in complex care, neurorehabilitation and elderly medicine.
Dr Iveson has a long history of commitment to clinical research and was the Regional Lead for Stroke in the Yorkshire and Humber Combined Local Research Network. Recently, she has become interested in medical cannabis as a treatment option and supports complex care patients who have multiple symptoms, such as pain from many different causes and those struggling with fatigue and mood disorders.
“As a Consultant Physician specialising in complex care and neurorehabilitation, I support patients of all ages who experience a range of chronic symptoms arising from long-term conditions, stroke and trauma. I have particular experience in all aspects of stroke care, neurological rehabilitation and frailty. I offer holistic, comprehensive management of patients with multiple comorbidities and symptoms such as spasticity, chronic pain, fatigue, cognitive impairment and mood disorders. I’m dedicated to providing specialist, patient-centred, holistic care for patients and their families through my work. I am passionate about communicating well and involving patients in decisions about their care. I look at patients as a whole; working with them and their families to improve their quality of life.”
During her career, Dr Iveson has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 2020 and is a member of the British Associate of Stroke Physicians, British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine, British Geriatric Society and the World Federation for Neurorehabilitation Organisation.
MB BS, FRCA, FFPMRCA
Dr Attam Singh is a pain specialist with The Medical Cannabis Clinics. He specialises in musculoskeletal and neuropathic pain of either single or multiple origins. Before training as a consultant in pain medicine, he qualified in anaesthesia and has worked in hospitals both across the UK and USA. Dr Singh also educates other medical professionals through national and international conferences.
“I have spent over 10 years refining the management of common pain conditions as well as the more obscure ailments related to pain. My specialist interests are musculoskeletal disorders and neuropathic pain and I use gold standard radiology controlled methods as well as ultrasound guided procedures to ensure accurate and patient centred treatments. I am a keen advocate for working with overseas populations who would not otherwise have access to the high quality healthcare services.”
Dr Attam Singh has spent time researching new forms of neuromodulation for the long term treatment of neuropathy in London and was awarded a fellowship at the University of Michigan, where he demonstrated and trained others on his procedural techniques. He has won awards including the Clinical Excellence Award for showing Care and Compassion in Clinical Practice in 2013 and Health Service Journal Award for Patient Safety in 2014.
Dr. Shankar Ramaswamy specialises in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), neuropathic pain, lumbar spinal pain & sciatica, thoracic spinal pain, cervical spinal pain & whiplash, joint and musculoskeletal pain, fibromyalgia, pelvic pain, endometriosis, urogenital pain, cancer pain, pain after surgery & trauma, complex headaches and complex pain diagnosis.
Dr Tahzid Ahsan is a Consultant Psychiatrist for an Acute Female inpatient ward at a NHS hospital within the Pennine region of the Greater Manchester area.
Dr Ahsan completed his Core training in the South West Training scheme, with his higher training completed in the North West, receiving his CCT in General Adult Psychiatry and Rehabilitation Psychiatry.
“I have over 14 years of Psychiatric experience, gaining extensive knowledge in the assessment, treatment and management of a multitude of mental health conditions.
Since I have been working for The Medical Cannabis Clinics from November 2020, I have been amazed by the transformative influence medical cannabis is having on people’s lives. I feel incredibly privileged to have joined a renowned clinic and to be able to work with such dedicated staff and colleagues.”
Dr Ahsan has an interest in holistic treatment approaches, gaining qualifications in Emotional Freedom technique, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Mindfulness based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
“I was initially really worried about the whole process as it was a brand new experience for me, but within minutes of speaking to Dr Ahsan I felt relaxed and assured – he really knows his stuff and I can’t fault the main flower he prescribed me. I felt he actually cared about my problems and actually wanted to help me. I will definitely be booking my follow-up with Dr Ahsan.” – J Walsh
Dr. Niraj Singh specialises in treatment of depression and anxiety disorders as well as neurodevelopmental conditions including Autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder.
You can read more about Dr Singh’s experience on using medical cannabis for ADHD here.
Dr Ayman Askari has extensive experience in the diagnosis and management of Rheumatic conditions.
Dr. Mark Wilbourn is a General Practitioner based in Jersey.
Dr Wilbourn trained at the University of Southampton. He undertook Basic Surgical Training in Rotherham and Sheffield. He subsequently spent four years training in ENT and Maxillofacial Surgery before deciding that only General Practice offered the breadth of practice that he was suited to. He therefore opted to train as a GP in the Wessex region.
After his medical degree, he has undertaken the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of England diploma, the Diploma in Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, a Postgraduate Certificate in Public Health and Epidemiology, the Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, the Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners and has some diplomas in nutrition. He has been awarded the Royal College of General Practitioners Fellowship, their highest award.
“I am a doctor practicing as a GP in Jersey with training in cannabis medicine. Here, when the legislation around medical cannabis was created, any doctor was permitted to prescribe, without the UK requirement to be on a specialist register. All the guidelines advise prescribing within a doctor’s scope of practice. This means that GPs, who look after patients with multiple medical problems, are able to prescribe cannabis holistically in Jersey.”
Dr Wilbourn first met a patient self-medicating with cannabis as a medical student in the mid 90s, the patient’s rheumatoid arthritis was in remission thanks to the cannabis he was using, but he was concerned that his GP or rheumatologist would find out and take it away from him. This left him with the perception that the medical profession and the law needed to facilitate good medical care with cannabis and, finally, this has now happened and he’s happy to be able to support it.
Dr Wilbourn moved to Jersey in 2010 and has worked in Rosewood House, Sandybrook Nursing Home, Island Medical Centre and the Primary Care Governance Team. He currently works part time 4 days per week for Windsor Medical Practice, alternate Saturday mornings and 2 sessions per week for The Medical Cannabis Clinic. He is also a GP appraiser, former Advanced Trauma Life Support instructor, and a Trustee of The Oxygen Centre and Barochamber operator.
MBBS, DA, FCAI, MSc
Dr Jing Lee qualified at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, University of London, and underwent the majority of his training in several teaching hospitals in London, including pain management at the Royal London Hospital and Whipps Cross Hospital.
Dr Lee was the lead involved in poster presentations of pain management projects and studies at the annual scientific conferences of the British Pain Society (Brighton) and European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy (Seville and Dublin).
He has been invited to participate in the peer review process in publications for the British Journal of Pain and has also been a regular guest lecturer in chronic pain on a pain management module at the University of Coventry since 2015.
“I am a Consultant in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia with over twenty-five years of experience in managing wide-ranging chronic pain conditions, and with a special interest in neuropathic pain, spinal pain, fibromyalgia and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
I have a special interest in the use of medicinal cannabis with its benefits in chronic pain, especially in cases where patients have failed to find pain relief after exhausting all options available on the NHS. I also believe in a holistic approach and acupuncture in managing chronic pain.”
Since 2010, Dr Lee is the course director and organiser of the annual national training courses in ultrasound guided vascular access and ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia, numbing the nerve block techniques for pain relief during awake surgery and pain relief and management after surgery as part of the multidisciplinary approach.
He was also the clinical lead in internal regional anaesthesia training, at his NHS hospitals. He is a faculty member on similar international/national cadaveric training courses at the University of Dundee and University of Coventry and has taught anaesthetic trainees at the GAT Annual Scientific Meeting in Telford. Dr Lee has also been a faculty member and an examiner on the Master’s degree course in Regional Anaesthesia at the University of East Anglia since 2014, and he has also contributed to many conferences, presentations and publications.
MBBS, FRCA, FFPMRCA
Dr Farrah Ayob qualified in Medicine at Kings College London in 2007 after completing her medical training in London, USA, Prague and Canada.
Dr Ayob continued her specialist training in Anaesthesia in London. She was awarded the Fellowship of Royal College of Anaesthetist in 2015. In 2018, she completed a Peri-operative Anaesthesia Fellowship in Toronto Western Hospital and Women’s College Hospital which are part of University Hospital Network in Toronto, Canada.
There, Dr Ayob conducted research in prehabilitation before surgery and has published several reputable scientific articles. She also had presented her work both regionally and internationally in New York and Florida. She also was actively involved within acute pain service where she manages complex pain using various regional blocks, complex medical management and medicinal cannabis. She has completed over 400 regional blocks there for pain management before surgery.
“I am a Chronic Pain Specialist with a background of Anaesthesiology. I manage pain resistant conditions including Joint and Spine related pain, Post-surgical Pain, Fibromyalgia, Neuropathic pain, Pelvic pain and pain in various conditions (Ehler’s Dahnlos, Osteoarthritis, Endometriosis, IBS and inflammatory bowel diseases). I have trained in Canada with the use of medical cannabis and have managed successfully to improve patients’ pain and quality of life to a significant extent. This is definitely a life changing experience for them. This has increased my interest in medicinal Cannabis for the management of Chronic Pain.
I also have a special interest in cancer related pain. The patients I treat include patients with active cancer or cancer survivor patients. Many conventional painkillers can lead to unwanted side effects. I see a good opportunity in using cannabis to improve pain and quality of life for these patients. I am also keen for involvement in studies related to long term effect of using medicinal Cannabis and in the UK, I am grateful that project Twenty21 has initiated this.”
Dr Ayob proceeded to do her Advanced Pain Fellowship at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Hillingdon Hospital and Royal Marsden Hospital after which she gained the Fellowship of Faculty of Pain Medicine in 2019. Her training was focused on various pain conditions using holistic management such as Interventional pain management, medicines management, acupuncture, pain psychology and managing cancer pain conditions.
As a Consultant, she initiated the Transitional Pain Service at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital where she liaised with GPs, Pharmacists and Psychologists with the aim to reduce opioid use after surgery. Dr Ayob now sees a high volume of patients with pain conditions, managing them with analgesics, anti-neuropathics and medicinal cannabis. Dr Ayob also performs various interventional blocks for chronic pain. Dr Ayob regularly conducted Multidisciplinary Meetings with Physiotherapists, GPs and Nurse Specialists. She also regularly delivers educational presentations to GPs and specialist trainees in current Pain topics. She is currently a Faculty Tutor for her NHS hospital.
MD, FWACP, Diploma in Psychiatry, DPM, MRCPsych
Dr Ikwuagwu is a fully GMC registered general adult psychiatrist with over thirty-seven years of experience in the assessment and management of all types of mental health disorders, including mental disorders and co-morbid alcohol and substance misuse disorders.
Besides his primary speciality, Dr Ikwuagwu has a special interest in adult ADHD and, in conjunctions with the previous Service Manager of the Blackpool Primary/Intermediate Health Team (P/IMHT), he set up the Blackpool adult ADHD clinic, the only clinic of its kind on the Fylde Coast.
Since retiring from his substantive consultant role in December 2018, Dr Ikwuagwu has returned to part-time NHS work to support younger acting consultant psychiatrists with acquiring the relevant competencies they require to obtain Approved Clinician (AC) status and currently works predominantly in the inpatient setting. He has also set up and runs the Blackpool Young Persons Clinic alongside the Blackpool CAMHS. This involves assessing and managing young persons aged between 15 and 21 who suffer from different types of mental health problems and sometimes with comorbid alcohol and substance misuse disorder.
“After completing my medical training in Bucharest in 1981, I did the first part of my psychiatric residency training at Jos University Teaching Hospital in Nigeria until 1992, when I then moved to the UK to carry on my training between 1993-1996. From 2017 to date, I am a Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DOLS) assessor and work with several councils across the North West region of the UK and beyond with this. From these experiences, I have been able to develop a keen clinical ability to listen, empathise and understand the psychic distress/pain of my patients. I believe that providing patients with a listening ear, a good understanding of why they were referred to me and the ability to engage them in a journey of collaborative and non-judgemental management is important.”
As a consultant psychiatrist, Dr Ikwuagwu fully understands and appreciates the role of culture in the assessment and management of those in need of psychiatric care. Through his training, clinical practice and other experiences, he has acquired a good understanding of patient needs and looks to create a sound therapeutic milieu that reassures and encourages his patients to fully participate in a collaborative plan to manage their symptoms.
MBBS, FRCS (ENT), FRCS (ORL-HNS)
Dr Umapathy has been working in the NHS since 1996, becoming a consultant in 2002. As a general ENT specialist, he deals with all aspects of ENT clinical practice including the treatment of the following conditions:
Pain is one of the most common symptoms that Dr Umapathy manages in his practice. He closely follows any new developments on the effectiveness of medical cannabis and for the range of symptoms that can be helped by this medication. He also keeps a close eye on current guidelines from the General Medical Council (GMC) and National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) for prescribing medical cannabis safely, so he can always keep the patient’s best interest in mind.
“I endeavour to do my best for my patients at all times. I involve patients in the decision-making process and prescribe what is appropriate for the patients.
I listen to patients carefully and empathise with those who might be struggling with varied symptoms and I do my best to help alleviate those symptoms.
I enjoy working in a multidisciplinary setting, liaising with relevant specialists such as neurologists, audiologists, anaesthetists, psychiatrists, pharmacists and specialist nurses. This assures the patient the opportunity to get the best out of healthcare professionals.”
Dr Umapathy is a member of the Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society (MCCS) and keeps himself updated regularly on relevant scientific and political developments on the medicinal use of cannabis
Outside of work, Dr Umapathy enjoys listening to music, walking, watching cricket and football and playing badminton. He welcomes the feedback of his colleagues and patients (both positive and negative) as he believes that people can always improve what they do by continuing to develop themselves professionally.
MBBS, PGD Psych, MRCPsych, CCT in General Adult Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry
Dr Syed Badshah is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPsych) and holds a specialist registration with UK’s Medical governing body, the GMC.
He specialises in General Adult Psychiatry and Substance Misuse/Addiction Psychiatry. He is Section 12(2) approved and recognised by the Secretary of State as having expertise in the diagnosis and management of mental disorders. He also holds an Approved Clinician (AC) status.
Dr Badshah also works as a Consultant Psychiatrist in an Adult Community Mental Health team (CMHT) in the NHS and with a privately run substance misuse service.
He completed his Core and Specialist Psychiatry training in Yorkshire and Northwest respectively which gives him over 13 years of experience in assessing, diagnosing and treating psychiatric conditions.
“I have had over 13 years of experience in the field of Psychiatry. During this time, I have obtained the required Qualifications, Skills and Experience to assess, diagnose and treat a variety of mental health conditions.
I always aim to provide the best possible standard of care to my patients. I have acquired a range of clinical skills over the years working in Psychiatry, which include skills in Teaching, Training, Leadership and Management.
I have substantive experience in range of other specialities within the field of psychiatry which have greatly aided my skills to orchestrate and manage a range of complexities in our patient groups and to work efficiently and effectively within the Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) and in liaison with other agencies including third party agencies linked to mental health services.
My sole aim has always been to improve the quality-of-care provision for my patients.”
BSc (1st Class Hons) Nursing Studies (Teesside University, 2017),PgC Epilepsy Nursing Studies (Edinburgh Napier University, 2019), Neuromodulation Masters Module (Leeds Beckett University, 2020)
Katrina has worked within healthcare supporting patients and families/carers for more than 10 years. As a Registered Nurse (RN), she has continued to provide care following completion of a Nursing Degree at Teesside University.
“I have a background of ten years working in healthcare- four years as a Registered Adult Nurse. My clinical experiences involve pain management, Accident & Emergency nursing, hospice and palliative care nursing and specialist interest in Epilepsy nursing. I have personal and professional experience of the clinical benefits of medicinal cannabis particularly within pain management and epilepsy and will provide support, information and advocacy for patients wishing to explore the suitability of medical cannabis for their condition.”
Katrina’s clinical background includes Specialist Pain Management – working within a clinical team to provide care for patients with a variety of chronic pain issues through a pain clinic service. Hospice nursing, where she was privileged to support clinical symptom management of patients with life limiting conditions. She also has experience from working as a Staff Nurse in Accident & Emergency at a busy trauma centre and a specialist interest in Epilepsy nursing, which led her to undertake a post-graduate certificate in caring for people with epilepsy.
This varied clinical background has given Katrina specialist insight into many physical and psychological health conditions that can be helped by medicinal cannabis. She has both personal and professional experience of the issues with accessing this medication and is passionate about providing holistic care, advocacy and support to patients whilst striving to support enhanced clinical knowledge, research and development of medicinal cannabis.
The Medical Cannabis Clinics is directly regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the official regulator of health and adult social care in England, ensuring safe, effective, compassionate care.